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Proper Storage Makes Holiday Candies Last

December 03, 1987

As the yule season approaches, busy homemakers begin to make candy confections for entertaining and giving. These special confections, if properly stored, can be made weeks in advance making last-minute shopping and party preparation less hectic.

Keep creamy-type candy such as fudge or fondant fresh for several weeks by wrapping it in wax paper, plastic wrap or foil. Store in a tightly covered container in a cool, dry place for best results.

Chewy candies, like caramels, should be individually contained in plastic wrap to prevent them from becoming too sticky. These should also be stored in a tightly covered container in a cool, dry place.

Add this recipe for Snowballs to your bonbon repertoire. It's easy on the hostess and sure to become a family favorite.

In double boiler, cook 10 large whole marshmallows and 1/3 cup evaporated milk until marshmallows are melted. Dip 10 large marshmallows, cut in halves, in marshmallow/milk mixture, then roll in coconut.

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